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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Frederick Eugene Pond (1856–1925)

Pond, Frederick Eugene. An American journalist and author; born in Marquette County, WI, April 8, 1856; died in 1925. He was among the first to urge the establishment of a National Sportsman’s Association, and under the pen-name of “Will Wildwood” published ‘Handbook for Young Sportsmen’ (1876); ‘Memoirs of Eminent Sportsmen’ (1878); and ‘Gun Trial and Field Records of America’ (1885); ‘Life and Adventures of Ned Buntline’; ‘American Game Preserves.’